Flags to fly at half-staff in Minnesota in honor of Vice President Walter Mondale

The order comes following the death of former Vice President Walter Mondale

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ST. PAUL — Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has ordered all state flags to be flown at half-staff at all state buildings in the State of Minnesota Tuesday, April 20, until sunset on the day of the interment of former Vice President Walter Frederick Mondale, to honor his life and legacy.

Minnesota joins states across the nation, in accordance with a proclamation issued by President Joe Biden, in lowering its flags to honor Vice President Walter Mondale. Individuals, businesses, and other organizations are also encouraged to join in lowering their flags.

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